1. Hollywood Walk of Fame:
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the most iconic attractions in Los Angeles, stretching along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. Visitors can stroll along the sidewalk adorned with more than 2,600 brass stars embedded with the names of celebrities from the entertainment industry. Don't miss the chance to see the TCL Chinese Theatre, where you can compare your handprints to those of famous actors and actresses.

2. Santa Monica Pier:
 The Santa Monica Pier is a beloved landmark on the California coast, offering a perfect blend of amusement park fun, scenic views, and oceanfront dining. Visitors can ride the historic carousel, take a spin on the Ferris wheel for panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, and enjoy classic boardwalk fare at the many restaurants and snack shops.

3. Getty Center:
 Perched atop a hill in the Brentwood neighborhood, the Getty Center is a world-renowned art museum and architectural masterpiece. Visitors can explore its vast collection of European paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts, as well as its beautiful gardens and stunning views of the surrounding cityscape.

4. Universal Studios Hollywood:
 Universal Studios Hollywood is a must-visit destination for movie buffs and thrill-seekers alike. Visitors can go behind the scenes of their favorite films and TV shows on studio tours, experience heart-pounding rides and attractions based on blockbuster movies, and immerse themselves in the magic of movie-making at this iconic film studio and theme park.

5. Griffith Observatory:
 Perched on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood, the Griffith Observatory offers breathtaking views of the Los Angeles skyline and the iconic Hollywood Sign. Visitors can explore interactive exhibits on astronomy and space exploration, observe the stars and planets through telescopes, and take in captivating astronomy shows at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium.
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